Leading her carriage through the thick Dorset fog, Camilla Ferrand encounters shots and a stranger coming out of the mist. But he just might be the man she needs; someone willing to act as her fianc.

Benedict Wincross, Lord Rawdon, isn't quite sure who's shooting at him, but he has a mission to complete and with Camilla nearly falling into his lap, he's found an entree inside her grandfather's home, Chevington Park.

Camilla's eccentric relatives may be suspicious of Camilla and Benedict's marriage, but he's determined to convince them and get to the bottom of smuggling and corruption in the area.

As they play out their marriage charade, Camilla and Benedict find the passion between them a tantalizing temptation. But with their desires comes danger, the discovery of a spy and her cousin's involvement with the smugglers.

Candace Camp knows how to tell a story that captivates the reader from page one. With humor, quirky characters, mystery and passion she weaves a romance that you can sit back and enjoy. INDISCREET is simply a pure delight. SENSUAL (Nov., 419 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin